August 11, 2006 Subject:
Sweet Cincy Show
I have listened to enough STS9 to understand how the band has grown and developed over the years. And I have to say that this show and this time period displays the band at their peak. Not to take away anything from the band and their style today, but it is impossible to say that they havent changed. This show is extremely mellow at points, and filled with fast paced energy at others. The sound quality is good, but the mood of the show is even better.
September 25, 2005 Subject:
listen to the second set....
I really feel that the second set is def. a gem. The 4 my Peeps opener and the now rare Kabuki make it in a single set together!!!! The interpetations this night by the band are super tight, a sign of things to come out of the vital sound.
Thanks for the transfer and the upload to the archive!!!!
September 7, 2005 Subject:
This show's different from most out there. Rather than playing a lot of "dance" music, these songs are more relaxing and natural sounding. Even the songs that are typically very fast paced are slowed down by the layering of sound effects and especially the guitar work. The audio quality is about average I would say, perhaps slightly muffled but overall smooth sounding. There's a bit of what I would call overdriven microphone sound (like beads being rattled on the skin of a drum), but it sounds like a part of the music itself. Maybe someone more experienced can comment on that.
August 27, 2005 Subject:
To me, this is classic sound tribe sector 9; or, at least what was STS9. From a 2005 perspective this is the most classic, and I think best version, of the water song. This show gives you an interesting view of what this band used to be (or influential stage they were at, which ever way you look at it), and how mellow, or some what intament a scene it used to be. It's a bad ass show.
August 26, 2005 Subject:
Probably not the best recording of STS9, keep looking